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Happy Links: From Digital Sabbaticals to Handling Haters

Look ma, I found a bee!{Every week, I publish a series of inspiring links. Enjoy!}

Last weekend, I took a short digital sabbatical and loved it! If you want to unplug from the Internet read:

Two awesome projects: Shasta Cascade Farm Finder and The Outdoor Project.

On rewiring learning and showing up.

Logan wrote a fantastic article about his new bike for Tiny House Magazine. The new issue will be out in a few weeks. You can browse past issues here.

Two touching posts on loss and grief: “Delaying the big reveal” and “It’s just a car.”

I’m reading “Still Writing” for the second time. Also, I received a free copy of “All You Need is Less” and I’m looking forward to digging into the book.

My friend Courtney is bringing back her morning routine! She said, “In celebration of bringing my morning routine back, I’m offering the microcourse, “How to Create a Meaningful Morning Routine” for only $5.00 for the rest of the month. If you aren’t familiar with this microcourse, here is a brief description.”

The definitive manifesto for handling haters.

Be well,

P. S. Have you bought a copy of “My Morning View?” If yes, please leave a book review on amazon. Reviews help spread the word about my book.

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  • Jared Kennedy May 23, 2014, 1:25 pm


    Awesome. Thanks for the referral and I’m thrilled to hear you’re a fan of Outdoor Project. We’re all about helping inspire people with a digital disconnect. Ironic for a website, maybe? Happy Memorial Day adventures to you and all your followers.

  • Katie May 23, 2014, 6:42 pm

    Oh Tammy! You shared my post about my digital sabbatical! Thank you so much friend! 🙂 And thanks for sharing these other great treats – I’ve signed up for a meaningful morning routine, and Still Writing is at the top of my to-read list. And delighted to see the Anne Lamott feature! Hugs, Katie. XXXXXXX

  • Claudia June 2, 2014, 12:28 am

    Dear Tammy, thanks so much for the hint at the manifesto for handling haters! It is really inspiring & introduced me to brainpickings, that I will keep on reading. And as I finally wrote a comment today: thanks for your work & inspiration. I have been following you for some years and now finally my husband and me are starting to scale down, partly because I could see you making things happen. Greetings from sunny Cologne/Germany. Claudia

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